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|“||Very amusing, wench. I do not have time for this, but seeing as I need your crystal, you leave me no choice.||„|
|~ Gremory upon her defeat and banishment.|
Gremory is the secondary antagonist in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, as well as the main antagonist and final boss of its prequel spinoff Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon. She is the right-hand of Bael who pretended to be the second-in-command of Gebel while she secretly manipulating him in the shadows. Turned out, she's in league with Dominique Baldwin, with the two of them mutually working together to bring Bael to Earth.
She is voiced by Saori Gotō in the Japanese version, and by Kari Wahlgren in the English version.
|“||The 56th demon in Solomon’s grimoire. A demon with the status of a duke, also known as the goddess of the moon. Summoned by Gebel, this demon oversees one portion of the castle. She is capable of creating portals into different dimensions; once there, she can harness the power of the moon and use it to attack her enemies, firing endless crescent moon knives at her opponents. She also has a devastating gravity attack that's generated by power of the lacquer-black moon.||„|
|~ IGA's official descprition of Gremory.|
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
- Many characters from Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night share similarities to certain characters from its spiritual predecessor Castlevania franchise, of which having the same director as well. In Gremory's case, her inspiration is certainly Death, due to her being the right-hand of a demonic monarch entity. Both bosses also have a similar ability where they are able to summon small sickles to attack the player.
- In the theology, Gremory is also known as Gemory, Gomory, Gemon or Gaeneron and is depicted as a male demon in the lesser key of Solomon. The name is possibly derived from Gimon, one of the angels of "the ninth month, which is called Kislev", from the Liber Juratus Honorii or The Sworne Booke of Honorius (dated from 13th century or earlier).
- Gremory does not make an appearance in the Nightmare Mode for Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon, due to her being already defeated. Instead, her place as the final boss was filled in by a corrupted Zangetsu.